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Betty Krawczyk fonds
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[Case and notice]

File consists of Quicklaw case reports for MacMillan Bloedel Ltd. v. Simpson (B.C.C.A.) and a notice addressed to Betty Krawcyzk for her court case with Hayes Forest Services Limited.

[Transcripts]

File consists of two bound volumes of court documents related to the Regina v. Betty Krawczyk Supreme Court of British Columbia case. One volume is titled “Transcript (Volume 3 Pages 274-349)”, while the other volume is titled “Transcript (Proceedings at Sentence).”

Crown’s book of exhibits

File consists of one bound volume titled “Crown’s Book of Exhibits.” Document is from the Supreme Court of British Columbia case between Her Majesty the Queen v. Betty Krawcyzk.

Respondent’s Book of Authorities

File consists of two bound volumes of court documents related to the British Columbia Court of Appeal case between Regina v. Betty Krawczyk. One volume is titled “Respondent’s Book of Authorities Volume II (Tab15-28)” and the other is titled “Respondent’s Reply, materials on Authorities on Sentence Appeal.”

Appeal duplicates

File consists of court documents related to the Supreme Court of British Columbia’s case between Betty Krawczyk and Her Majesty the Queen. File includes a report titled “Crown’s Opening for Contempt Hearing,” “Reasons for Judgment of the Honourable Mr. Justice Tysoe,” print-outs of the “Rules of the Supreme Court of Canada” and “Forms of the Rules of the Supreme Court of Canada,” and blank forms for a notice of motion, certificate, and affidavit.

Elaho – writing. Blood sisters

File consists of documents related to Betty Krawczyk’s court case due to the Elaho protest. File contains exhibit items, numerous pieces of outgoing correspondence written by Krawczyk, court statements, newspaper clippings, photocopies of newspaper articles, handwritten notes, and a transcript of a speech from the Eco Fest at Elaho.

Written court statements

File consists of Betty Krawczyk’s court statements. The file includes handwritten statements, claims, and an affidavit in relation to the Supreme Court of British Columbia’s case between Her Majesty the Queen and Betty Krawczyk. The file also contains an excerpt from the Charter of Rights and Freedoms in Martin’s Criminal Code.

On slap suits

File consists of documents regarding environmental activism court cases. The file includes a handwritten letter asking for support from Betty Krawczyk, court documents and newspaper clippings regarding the MacMillan Bloedel v. Simpson et al. case, a photocopy of a journal article titled “When the Public Interest Loses: The Liability of Public Interest Litigants for Adverse Costs Awards” by Chris Tollefson, and print-outs from three pages of the “Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation” Government of British Columbia website.

[Financial records]

File consists of records related to Betty Krawczyk’s finances. File includes a report titled “Workers’ Compensation Review Board Findings,” a money order slip paid to the YWCA, a prison pay record, and an invoice from the BCCW Tailor Shop.

[Prison correspondence, receipts, and forms]

File consists of records related to Betty Krawczyk’s incarceration at Burnaby Correctional Centre for Women. File includes correspondence from the Director of Operations in regards to returned mail, receipts, a B.C.C.W. Request form, and a trust account slip.

Proximate cause

File consists of excerpts from a report titled “Proximate Cause in Insurance Law – Before and After Derksen,” written by Anthony J. Saunders.

Mens Rea

File consists of court documents regarding an unknown court case. The file contains four copies of a transcript titled “Closing for Crown argument by Mr. Brundrett.”

First steps

File consists of one print-out of an online article titled “Must I attend court personally? Can my lawyer go instead?” from the website "Defence Law."

Extra appeal SCC sheets

File consists of four textual records regarding court orders, a table of authorities, submissions in support of order sought concerning costs, and a brief transcript in regards to the R. v. Mrs. Krawczyk Supreme Court of British Columbia case.

Factum on judgment

File consists of a report titled “Appellant’s Factum.” The report is in regards to the Regina v. Betty Krawczyk Supreme Court of British Columbia case.

787

File consists of three excerpts from Martin’s Criminal Code, 2003, and a print-out from CanLII regarding SCC 58.

Dudley

File consists of documents in regards to the R. v. Dudley, 2009 SCC58 Supreme Court of Canada case. The file includes a print-out from CanLII website.

Deprived of counsel no. 3

File contains documents related to one’s right to arrest or detention. The file contains a court transcript titled “Deprived of Counsel” which includes excerpts from Betty Krawczyk’s transcripts, and two print-outs of the CanLII website’s page on “Section 10(b): Charter Decisions.”

[Mootness]

File consists of a photocopy of an article titled “Re Skapinker and the Mootness Doctrine” by Patrick Macklem and Eric Gertner.

Nasogaluak

File consists of three print-outs of online articles. One article is the Supreme Court of Canada’s R. v. Nasogaluak, 2010 SCC6. The two other print-outs are “About Publications Ban” on The Courts of British Columbia website, and “Bans on Publications” from the Attorney General website.

Actus Reus

File consists of three documents concerning Actus Reus. File includes an online article titled “Legal Definition of Actus Reus,” an online article titled “Actus Reus – Legal Definition,” and a court document titled “Appellant’s Factum” regarding the Regina v. Betty Krawczyk British Columbia Court of Appeal case.

Dudley

File consists of two online articles printed from the CanLII website. File includes two copies of “R. v. Dudley, 2009 SCC58.”

R. v. Dudley

File consists of six printed-out online articles and one excerpt from Martin’s Criminal Code. The online articles are from: "CanLII," "The Court blog," "Criminal Contempt of Court," and "Social Science Research Network."

Cruel + unusual

File consists of print-outs of online articles regarding environmental court cases. One article is titled “Supreme Court of Canada – Decisions – R. v. Smith (Edward Dewey),” while the other is “State v. Verdream, 2003 – Ohio – 7284.”

Constitutional question

File consists of court documents regarding Betty Krawczyk v. Her Majesty the Queen. File contains receipts, a photocopy of Krawczyk’s affidavit, a photocopy of Krawcyzk’s response, Krawczyk’s statement for her conviction and sentencing appeal, a “Notice of Constitutional Question,” and a “Notice of Application for Constitutional Remedy.” File also includes three transcripts: one titled “Closing for Crown Argument by Mr. Brundrett,” and two titled “Betty Krawczyk (for Defence) Evidence by Betty Krawczyk.”

Mike / Brunridett

File consists of documents related to Mike Brundrett, Betty Krawcyzk and Peter Kiewit Sons Co. Supreme Court of British Columbia case. File contains correspondence related to the Court of Appeal, an affidavit, court exhibits, and a print-out of a blog post titled “Let’s Ice Granny!” written by Jim Henshaw.

Bail application

File consists of documents regarding Betty Krawczyk’s application for bail. File contains one letter of outgoing correspondence written by Krawczyk to the Supreme Court of British Columbia, transcripts on Krawczyk’s submission for bail, a proceedings transcript, and a form.

Crown

File consists of pages printed from the Legislative Library of British Columbia website. The file provides information on the Arishenkoff v. British Columbia court case.

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